You can almost hear it in his voice, and more importantly, you can see it on the court. Joshua Langford is a different player than he was a year ago. The former McDonald’s All-American is preparing for his sophomore season at Michigan State by torching the competition at the Moneyball Pro-Am, far from a true indicator of what will come this season for the Spartans but certainly an indication of one thing — a healthy Langford is a much more confident Langford. “I’m pretty excited,” Langford said last week before going for 37 points in one of his many shooting displays this summer. “It’s better to play uninjured than injured, so I’m excited.
Source: Detroit News